Our love and thanks to the dancers and their instructors who have
offered their time and talent to help us celebrate our weekend of
Greek culture through song and dance! The Holy Cross folk dance
groups participating in this weekend's festivities are:
- Ta Asteria – means “The Stars”
- Ta Asterakia – means “The Little Stars”
- Ta Chrisa Podia – means “The Golden Feet”
- Elliniki Psihi– means “Greek Soul”
"THE WRATH OF HADES"
Based on Greek mythology, but with a modern twist or two.
Adapted for the stage by Eva Canellos.
Directed by Helene Nemchik and Xandra Nemchik.
Evil King Hades is up to his usual tricks, causing Orpheus and Demeter to venture to the Underworld to rescue Orpheus’ love, Eurydice, and Demeter’s daughter, Persephone.
Act I - The Underworld, where ancient Greeks believed all people go when they die
Act II - On Earth, in an outdoor amphitheater
Act III - Back in the Underworld
Act IV - On Earth, in the outdoor amphitheater
A big thanks to our actors, directors and producers (parents!) for the hours upon hours of hard work!
Break a PODI!
PLEASE NOTE: All Festival performances are at the Plaka or Amphitheater.
Times and locations are subject to change - please see updated
schedule posted near the entrance gate or listen for updates from